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Spain, Innovation, 2017

The Spanish Group of Innovation and Knowledge Communities as the spearhead of innovation and entrepreneurship in Europe

15th July 2019

The group is made up of EIT InnoEnergy, EIT Digital, EIT Climate-KIC, EIT Health, EIT Food and EIT Raw Materials

The six Knowledge Innovation Communities (KIC’ s) have participated in the Conference “Challenges of the Bioeconomy”, an international congress organized by the Royal Academy of Engineering of Spain (RAI) on the occasion of the presidency of this organization held during 2017 by the International Council of Academies of Engineering and Technological Sciences (CAETS).
This year, Spain has taken over the presidency of CAETS, an international non-governmental and indepen dent organisation that brings together the world’s most prestigious Academies of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

The Royal Academy of Spanish Engineering has organized this annual meeting of CAETS bringing together leading international experts to present and discuss the latest advances related to Bioeconomy and its challenges, such as food security, the solutions of new genetic engineering to ensure food for humanity in the coming decades, the use of marine and ocean resources in a manner respectful of the environment, the transition to renewable energies, and finally has addressed the importance of the topics presented by the experts are to identify the main problems that humanity will be forced to face during the coming decades, as well as thereflections and solutions that Engineering and Technology can provide for a better world, the
motto of this meeting.

 

During the two days, cross-cutting lines related to ethics, diversity and equal opportunities in engineering have also been proposed, as well as emerging models for the promotion and management of innovation in multinational spheres.

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